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multi-monitor

Using two or more display screens connected to one computer. See dual monitor and desktop.
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A key feature of the switch is ATEN's exclusive Boundless Switching technology, which enables users to switch between multiple computers in multi-monitor extended desktops by simply moving the mouse cursor across any of the display borders in any direction to instantly select the target computer and take full control.
- DisplayPort Multi-Stream Transport (MST) Link multiple displays together using a single DisplayPort connection to create a multi-monitor set-up to increase productivity at work or create an immersive gaming experience.
switching of USB 2.0 data and USB-HID signals to multi-monitor workstations via keyboard, mouse movement or push buttons.
It's simultaneous multi-projection technology also solves one of the largest problems with multi-monitor gaming and corrects for distortions in VR.
The comments section of the site offers plenty of alternative set-ups for taller people and multi-monitor users.
It has 4HDMI outs making it ideal for a multi-monitor setup.
An improved development experience features double the available memory for large projects, extended multi-monitor support and enhanced Object Inspector.
All GS Series laptops are able to output to 4K (ultra high-definition) displays and can connect multiple independent monitors simultaneously using the Matrix Multi-Monitor Display.
The excavator also boasts a high-definition 'multi-monitor' with KOMTRAX: Komatsu's wireless equipment and fleet monitoring system.
Stryker's large screen and multi-monitor mounts have been designed to support monitors up to 60" in size (54" x 31.5" x 6").
The company said HyperRight V4 includes new features such as direct scanning capabilities, enhanced multi-monitor support, improved performance and a richer user experience.
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